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Inwood »

NYPD Makes First Arrest Using Tablet Computer Under New Program

The 34th Precinct was able to arrest two phone thieves using a newly issued tablet, police said.

East Harlem »

NYCHA To Launch Pilot Program to Make Repairs More Efficient

The program will put property managers in charge of maintenance and repairs, residents said.

Upper West Side »

City to Combat UWS 'Rat Invasion' with Anti-Burrowing Material

The DOH and Parks Department are testing a new material in tree pits on the UWS to prevent rats nests. 

New York City »

20 Schools Will Get New Software Engineering Programs, City Announces

Twenty high schools and middle schools will house new software engineering programs, officials said.

Long Island City »

Free Lincoln Center Performances Coming to Queens Libraries This Summer

A new Lincoln Center program brings world-class programming to Queens Library.

Upper East Side »

City to Launch Pilot Ferry Service to Randall's Island

New York Water Taxi will be testing out new trial weekend service to the island this fall.

Manhattan »

MTA Trying Out New Subway Maps

The MTA's new subway maps tell riders which stop they're at and which stops come next.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Lower East Side Housing Complex Pushing for Surveillance Cameras in Wake of Violence

The 20-building Vladeck Houses is weighing a pilot project that would outfit the complex with surveillance cameras.

Midtown & Theater District »

Cafe to Pop Up in Midtown After Narrow Community Board Vote

Casey's pub at 22 E. 41st St. between Fifth and Madison avenues will be home to Midtown's first pop-up café.

Midtown & Theater District »

Midtown Close to Getting its First Pop-Up Cafe

O'Casey's wants to build a pop-up outside the pub at 22 E. 41st St.

Manhattan »

City to Deploy Mobile Team to Secure More Organ Donations

Doctors looking to preserve organ donations will respond alongside Bellevue ambulances.

Manhattan »

Jaywalkers and Cab Drivers Vindicated in Surprising Pedestrian Study

Only 20 percent of the pedestrians killed or seriously injured during 2009 were jaywalkers, according to a new study.